Curious whether there is some NASBLA standard for state safe boating courses which poses a problem for live instructor led courses being offered remotely by Zoom or similar video conferencing technology.
Purely passive learning via online slide-show type classes with an online test is a large part of the boater education landscape. And, of course traditional classroom based instruction with a live instructor.
Remote instruction with a live instructor seems like a perfectly reasonable option.
Texas Parks & Wildlife won't permit it. Is there some standards based reason, that I am not aware of?
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